Interstate 24 (I-24) is a diagonal highway in the Midwestern and Southeastern part of the United States that crosses the states of Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Georgia. The 180 miles stretch of the route in Tennessee connects Clarksville and Chattanooga, via Nashville. The freeway, opened in 1962, crosses the counties of Montgomery, Robertson, Cheatham, Davidson, Rutherford, Bedford, Coffee, Grundy, Marion, and Hamilton. Some of the most hazardous stretches of the Interstate highway system are found on this highway crossing the Cumberland Plateau.
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